Why Australia shouldn’t offer mad Minister (Prime) Morrison his second ‘miracle’
Will Scott Morrison achieve a second ‘miracle’ election victory? Founder and publisher Dave Donovan considers the spiritual and temporal chances of Mad (Prime) Minister Morrison.
THE FIRST TIME Scott Morrison was elected Prime Minister, he called it was a “miracle” and soon after, I took a trip to Hawaii. In the midst of the most hellish bushfires this nation has ever suffered.
He and his uneasy coalition of big business, anti-labor activists and wide-eyed religious zealots sank immediately behind the bipartisan opposition Labor party favored by almost all accounts. survey. They have fallen behind since then, despite the concerted and self-interested efforts of mainstream media operators and all their other legions of establishment allies.
It’s hard to put lipstick on a pig, they say. Even more so when presented with a snarling, coarse-haired, matted, and sometimes incontinent Morrison Pork. Plagued by disaster, inaction, poor planning, lack of vision, and constant damaging scandals, both financial and sexual, even the Murdoch press began to avoid applying cosmetics. Only the notorious apathy and prodigiously poor memory of the Australian public could now save its bacon.
But why worry? It’s already arrived. In the very last election, in fact.
In 2019, an ecstatic Morrison immediately described his marginally late comeback from victory as a “miracle” because out of the faction “wide churchwhich makes up the anti-Labour Liberal Party/National Party/National Liberal Party/National Liberal Party coalition, the Prime Minister belongs deeply in the arms of the wide-eyed bigoted religious congregation.
Not only was his second coming a miracle ordained from above, he said, but he also later revealed that he was known to “lay hands” on people to impart some of his power to them. sacred. And, indeed, he was observed trying such care by clutching to the ash-covered hands of bushfire survivors in New South Wales. It was a miracle no one there had struck his smug, pugil face.
Good people of Australia, let us pray that the lightning does not strike us twice and that no “miracle” is delivered to Morrison in May. Because a messianic Morrison, backed and emboldened by a second miracle – the confirmation of a second divine judgment – is more than likely to send us all to hell.
Like all religious fanatics, it goes without saying that Morrison is crazy. You have to be a little mad to suspend disbelief enough to believe in the dogma of any organized religion, let alone doting evangelists like Morrison allegedly espoused: speaking in tongues, faith healing, snake wrestling, prosperity doctrine and other such nonsense.
And Morrison proved he was mad again this week by repeatedly rehearsing call a reporter “Mr. President” at a press conference outside. As his assembled inquisitors giggled nervously, Morrison casually excused his quirkiness by claiming that he had transcended the physical realm, exclaiming: “Look at me, I’m in Parliament”.
Little about this has found its way into the media, as a clearly delusional prime minister is far less newsworthy, apparently, than an opposition leader. unable to instantly sing, chapter and verse, all national financial statistics, however obscure or esoteric.
And so 2019 was won, by all the major media screaming at their bully desks that Shorten was a danger to retirees‘ income, due to a pervasive and entirely specious analysis on the entirely defensible removal of a minor tax scam, allocation of dividends. And it will be the same this time around with Albanese, with the media aiming to undermine his credibility because of a false sin or transgression. Preach it loud and clear, until the meek and humble average voter accepts its word as gospel.
At least, that’s their mission.
The irony is that Morrison doesn’t care about retirees. He also doesn’t care about me and you – especially not you, if you happen to have sins female parts. The only people he really cares about are his fellow fanatics and those, true believers or not, who put the big bucks on his collecting plate. The big corporate donors, that is, those who keep the Coalition’s mad caravan of various misfits on the road.
They’re not crazy, like Morrison and his fellow cult members. They donate because they expect divine intervention from the government in the form of tax cuts, wage and benefit cuts, austerity for the non-industrial and lots of pork from the government to pull in the profits.
If Morrison is re-elected, it will be enough for him to see it as a sign of his Pentecostal divinity that the worthy must be made even more prosperous, and the poor and unworthy punished away from their unworthy ways. Less alms for them, lazy pagans.
This is why the so-called Religious Discrimination Bill was the only thing he tried to get through Parliament this year. Not an integrity commission, because judgment can only come from God, of course, but a tool for the elect to throw stones at those their doctrine suggests face eternal damnation in a putative afterlife. Lovely people, devotees.
Yet, despite the acclaimed ignorance of the Australian electorate, I do not see them moving to grant Morrison his second “miracle”, despite all the help that can be given to him during this election campaign, spiritual and/or temporal. I am convinced that the crazy (Prime) Minister Scott Morrison will not be able to recover his herd on the day of judgment in May. For him, there will be no resurrection this time.
Why? Because despite all the trials and torments they sent us, despite all their many weaknesses and iniquities, I still have faith that this time at least they will finally deliver us from evil.
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